If you’re looking to transform your bathroom or remodel the space with an overall new look, a great way to start is by choosing the right color to match your desired aesthetic. While some may fall for the warm colors in the red, orange or yellow variations, others might lean toward the cooler hues such as teal, aqua and cobalt. One color that stands out on the cool color wheel is green.
Along with adding a strong surrounding of nature to a space, painting your bathroom green (or incorporating it into the design) is an easy way to evoke feelings of peace and security. Your bathroom can be a safe haven of solitude, so weaving in green will only complement your wanted sense of calm and renewal. Add a splash of color to an overly white space with a forest green dresser or go for a touch of mint to your shower curtains and patterned walls. Or if you’d rather make a bolder statement, paint and design the entire bathroom in different shades of green — from sage and emerald to neon and fern — and create an eye-catching experience for you and your guests when they enter. Whatever comes to mind, browse through our green bathroom ideas below for creative and unique inspiration.
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Bold and Elegant
For an overall serene space, incorporate a variety of green shades into your bathroom’s decor. The gold lighting, bold wallpaper and intricate floor design creates a unique contrast throughout the room.
Simple and Bright
Adding a warm shade of green to your ceiling creates a touch of color to an overall white space. Styled by Jennifer Berno DeCleene, the bathroom’s large windows frame the clawfoot tub — helping to pull in light for an airy and radiant feel.
With walls covered in newspaper, this bathroom’s hunter green vanity becomes the focal point of the space’s design. The antique medical stand is used as a caddy for hand towels, adding to the vintage appeal.
Earthy and Warm
Painting your bathroom a dark shade of green — such as this Ashwood Moss by Benjamin Moore — creates an earthy feel. The white tub becomes a focal point and adds light to the dark aesthetic.
A Touch of Green
With white walls and soft grey patterned floors, the eye-catching design in this bathroom’s look is the tub’s soft shade of green. Adding floral prints and fresh flowers only adds to the soothing environment.
Designing your bathroom with pistachio-colored walls adds energy to the space. Pair it with a colorful striped shower curtain and you have a spunky and vibrant contrast.
Style your half bathroom with bright green wallpaper for a fresh finish. The vintage chest and oil portraits add to the room’s eccentric feel.
The hunter green shade of the vanity mirror and flea-market chest creates a bold statement when paired with the white walls.
If you have a small bathroom (or any room) with low ceilings, you can add the feeling of height by placing your art on the floor instead of the walls. The green throughout the space is a refreshing touch.
Botanical and Fresh
Give your bathroom a bright and refreshing look with a botanical sink skirt and windowpane wallpaper.
Designer Mandi Gubler gave this bathroom a boho-themed look, featuring an oversized map against the emerald wall. The surrounding white walls and wood flooring add contrast to the space.
Rustic and Rich
For a rustic look, use brass hardware in your bathroom’s design. The leather-wrapped mirror anchor adds to the cabin-like feel of the space, while complementing the white walls and green lights.
Vintage and Repurposed
For an unexpected look, install a wall faucet and plumbing to repurpose a vintage soda cooler cart into a sink.
Use Bunker Hill by Benjamin Moore on walls to play up your bathroom’s rustic feel. The color brings out the white in the space, while complementing the wood furniture.
This walk-in shower cultivates an elegant feel. Use a ceiling-mounted curtain to create the illusion of higher ceilings.
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